Humanitarian plans, prepared by the Saudi-led Arab Coalition, in support of the legitimacy of Yemen, have contributed to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis and lift the impacts of chaos and the ravages of the coup in various provinces.

The alliance extends its humanitarian arm to other international organisations and specialist relief centres, particularly Riyadh-based King Salman Centre for Relief and Humanitarian Aid, to directly and simultaneously provide necessary aid to all areas of Yemen, following their liberation from the brutal hands of the coup-masterminds, in order to help citizens overcome the effects and the influence of the coup.

In remarks on this issue, the head of Strategic Studies Unit in the Yemeni army, Brigadier Ali Obaid Naji, described the humanitarian plans prepared by the coalition in coordination with the National Army and the popular resistance, as yet another battle itself beside the military battle.

"Beating the enemy in action could not be considered a victory, unless coinciding with humanitarian works for all those affected by the war," he said, adding that, a preemptive relief contingency plan was prepared by the King Salman Centre for Relief and humanitarian Aid and the UAE Red Crescent, and implemented, once Al-Mokha city was liberated from the Houthi usurpers."

He went on to say that the people of the liberated city of Al-Mokha, who came starving under the siege of occupiers, expressed appreciation of the relief bodies who gave them hope and optimism.

President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi of the legitimate government, confirmed that the citizens in the western coast areas, controlled by militia coup, are suffering from repression, gross violations of human rights, including arrests, enforced disappearances, forced recruitment of children and youths, extrajudicial killings, denial of aid and the bombing of houses.

The government indicated that the movement of the National Army, backed the Alliance's operations for the liberation of the western coast, comes within the framework of the keenness of the legitimate government to end that suffering, and protect citizens from abuses of Houthis, who don't respect any humanitarian conventions or international laws, and that the core of the work and duties of the government being responsible to protect its citizens.

The government explained that the Houthi militias sold aid materials, which come through the port of Hodeida, especially petroleum products, and foodstuffs in the black market, to get money to help them continue to fund their military operations, while the population of Hodeida, are starving.